Collectors of German coins had the evening. A large group of thalers and brands will appear at the auction, but there will also be guilders and kreuzers.
At the beginning, perfectly preserved 1/4 thaler from 1618. A phenomenal coin, even unheard of in such a condition. The mint gloss on coins from the beginning of the 17th century, preserved in this way, is an extraordinary rarity and a very desirable feature, which makes this specimen one of the decorations of the section.
The next posting coins are the 2 thalers of the Free City of Frankfurt, the 2 thalers of Hesse-Darmstadt, the Nassau thaler 1864, the beautiful Hannover thaler 1866.
After the thalers, we can observe commemorative coins that have been minted on various occasions. We have one by one: the 1855 Munich thaler, minted on the occasion of the re-unveiling of the statue of Our Lady in Munich, 3-marks coins minted on the occasion of the liberation of the Rhineland in 1930, 3 marks minted for the 100th anniversary of the death of JW Goethe, 3 marks minted on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the oath Weimar, 3 marks, issue on the occasion of the 25th wedding anniversary of Wilhelm II with Charlotte of Schaumburg-Lippe.
Finally, 4 small coins, 3 kreuzers from 1856, 6 Frederick Augustus pfennigs from 1762 – NGC MS62, a silver ducat clip 1650 – on the occasion of the Peace of Westphalia ending the Thirty Years’ War and 1/6 thaler from 1812.
There are more interesting items in the German coins section, so we invite you to browse through the entire offer!